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In post-civil war America, when a Union soldier is presumed dead, his children are mistakenly sent away on the orphan train. This is a wild-west story of people uniting for the greater good, and children forced to grow up quickly.

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Andrew Lee
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Daniel Glenn
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Frank Smith
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Sarah
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Jack Calgrove
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Esther
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Phil Calgrove
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Desmond Richards
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Ingrid
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Mildred
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Charlie Calgrove
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Lizzy Calgrove
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Sammy O'Hagen
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Edward Pagan
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Alice Beggs
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Addy
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Charles Stanton
Daelyanna Kelly Benson ...
Mary Beggs
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Shantu
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Jonathan Lee
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Ben Qualls ...
Confederate Soldier 2

Directed by

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Brian Presley

Written by

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Brian Presley ... ()

Produced by

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Timothy Patrick Cavanaugh ... producer
Mark David ... producer
Payton Dunham ... co-producer
Semih Eren ... associate producer
Sean Leigh Hart ... executive producer
Eric M. Klein ... post producer
Brian Presley ... producer
Devyn Reggio ... executive producer
Emily Shenaut ... associate producer
Christian Sosa ... producer
Will Wallace ... executive producer
Jon Wroblewski ... line producer

Music by

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John Koutselinis

Cinematography by

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Mark David

Film Editing by

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Andrew Gust
Brian Scofield ... supervising editor

Editorial Department

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Diego Alex Borghello ... colorist
Mark Todd Osborne ... colorist

Casting By

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Melissa Wulfemeyer-Valenzuela

Production Design by

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Jena Serbu

Art Direction by

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Mark Dahl

Costume Design by

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Susan Doepner-Senac

Makeup Department

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Cool Benson ... makeup department head
Jamie Frasier ... key makeup artist
Katie Jacobs ... makeup department head
Emily McKim ... key hair stylist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Anton Church ... second second assistant director
Chris Warren ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Darren Barzegar ... assistant art director
Issac Lynde ... set dresser
Mark Mendenhall ... assistant art director
Joel E. Sherer ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Yu Xin Boon ... adr editor / dialogue editor
Jeffrey Dillard ... adr recordist / foley recordist / sound editor
Rusty Dunn ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
Ruge Sun ... dialogue editor
William Tabanou ... Sound designer/re-recording mixer

Special Effects by

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Arthur Kleinpell III ... key armourer

Visual Effects by

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Sean Leigh Hart ... visual effects producer
Don Mccoy ... on location visual effects supervisor / visual effects artist / visual effects supervisor
Devyn Reggio ... visual effects producer

Stunts

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Joey Many Horses ... stunts
Tristan Manyhorses ... stunts
Tyler Manyhorses ... stunts
Scott L. Perez ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Nicholas Langley ... first assistant camera
Samuel Emerson Morgan ... first assistant camera
Tage Plantell ... assistant camera
Mike Spicer ... G&E Swing

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Oksana Derina ... costume supervisor
Sarah Murrey ... set costumer
Wanda Price ... Seamstress

Music Department

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The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra ... orchestra
Eli Cárdenas ... senior orchestra conductor: Prague
Melany Dantes-Mortimer ... vocalist
Marek Elznic ... solo cello
James Fitzpatrick ... orchestra contractor
Jan Holzner ... music recording engineer
Rebecca Joelle ... vocalist
Anna Phoebe ... solo violin
Nic Raine ... conductor

Script and Continuity Department

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Brittany Miles ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Marion Crouse ... production assistant
Marissa Erickson ... production assistant
Patrick Friedauer ... production coordinator
Keri Kassing ... production accountant
Alfredo Lara Orbezo Lira ... Sales Representative
Ryan McCombs ... Sales Representative
David Roberson ... Unit Publicist
Keith Schikore ... Studio Teacher
Adrian Testolin ... Payroll Accountant
Molly Farrell White ... production assistant
Emily Wong ... production assistant
Trishia Ybarreche ... Studio Teacher

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Former P.O.W. Jack Calgrove moves Heaven and Earth to be reunited with his children following the Civil War. After returning home, Jack finds out his wife has died and his children, presumed orphans, are heading deep into the West aboard a train crossing old enemy lines. Calgrove and another former soldier are joined by a troop of Native American sharpshooters and a freed slave, as they race to intercept the orphan train before all hope is lost.

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Taglines He'll find his children at any cost. See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Orphan Train (United States)
  • 호스틸 테리토리 (South Korea)
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Runtime
  • 94 min
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Goofs The Indians that attacked the travelers were called Apache. There were no Apache Indians any where near the Missouri area where the film was supposed to be. See more »

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